Oils and Canvas.

Weekly Photo Challenge:ย This week, show us an achievement.

This is the first and last oil painting I ever painted on canvas. I painted it about 4 years ago. Never got time and chance to paint again so it is an achievement that I am quiet proud of.
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78 thoughts on “Oils and Canvas.

  1. ivyon says:

    First of all… change the title because I am getting hungry when I want to comment ๐Ÿ˜›
    Second, i love that your picture has a lighthouse in it, integrated. Very personal and dear to me ๐Ÿ™‚
    You should paint more if you have the time, it’s cool โค

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hehe, Sorry but that’s my evil plan; To make you hungry so that you eat more and become fat (Don’t ask me why ๐Ÿ˜€ ) lol

      Thanks a ton Ivy, I do love to paint however due to time shortage I don’t do it anymore. And I’m glad that I brought out some good memories for you too ๐Ÿ™‚ โค

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  2. prior says:

    well I sure wish I could see larger version of your cool painting – ๐Ÿ™‚ – but from the size posted – the first thing that jumped out at me – well the little details – the care you took on the roof tiles – the little crackles on the lighthouse – and the outlining in some of the rocks, waves, and window. So that was what I loved first. Then, I also like the way you split the picture – we have the house (and tree, land, and lighthouse) all to the left – which leaves the vast and open water all to the right – where you mixed such nice blues and then you do something wight he layering of the sky that allows the eye to gently go back around the piece 9and in art, well you do not want people’s eye sot always just bounce and goโ€ฆ) and so your layering in the sky allows the eye to come back down to soak up that whispy sea grass that is int he middle – right between the water and rocks – the softness breaks up the composition so nicely – and then we see the little tree tops in back of the house – and that is where the details start coming back into view – and we are able to soak up this seaside scene – oh – and the smooth way you added the bit of orange to the sky – it adds to the layering there to give us a feel for the artist – which is a pleasant oneโ€ฆ ๐Ÿ™‚ โค nice job –


    • lifeconfusions says:

      Oh wow as always your keen observation and such precious comments leave me speechless Y. I can’t say much but to thank you for taking time to look at my painting and appreciate all the little details. Can’t thank you enough for all the love and endless support. โค

      I know I've said this before but opening my blog and finding your comments there always makes my day and put a huge smile on my face too. Much Love,
      Zee โค

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  3. PsiFiGal says:

    Very nice! I hope you get time to do more. My sister is an excellent artist but she doesn’t do anything with it. She is too much of a perfectionist, she is her own worst critic!


    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hey there Mary, I hope so too. Painting takes my mind off of things so I would totally do it if time allows ๐Ÿ™‚

      And I get the part about being own worst critic, I hope your sister recognizes her wonderful talent and paint more ๐Ÿ™‚


  4. trentpmcd says:

    Very nice, Zee. Do you draw or paint in other media? Drawing takes a lot less time so is something you could do to practice your skills until you have more time for oil painting.


    • lifeconfusions says:

      Awwh Thank you so much Mabel, Always there for me with you ever encouraging and uplifting remarks! โค

      I love to paint, It helps me to focus and keep my mind off of things I don't want to think about. It's very relaxing but unfortunately because of studies now I don't find enough time to paint. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ


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